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in and out of the damascus airport. they don't believe the airport is completely safe. for the second day in a row the government has turned off the internet. that is according to rebels who say that yesterday some time the bashar al-assad regime turned out the mobile phone communications and the internet. the bashar al-assad said no it was in factor reuss that turned it off and they are working to restore it. either way there does seem to be something happening in the bashar al-assad regime and we are not sure exactly what it actually is. rebels appear to be moving closer and closer to damascus, martha. martha: we'll watch it. conor powell in jerusalem, thank you very much. bill: back here at home now the immigration battle is heating up in the state of arizona. immigration rights advocates suing the governor jan brewer for denying driver's licenses to those who are haoeur here illegally but qualify for a presidential order that allow them to stay in the u.s. >> your folks have been granted the right to live and work here. they cannot drive to school or work, as a policy matter it makes
is where the palestinians will sit, continue to sit, one of the last rows, they sit right next to the vatican. they are now of equal status this nonmember u.n. observer state. however, the vatican -- well, i don't think the vatican is saying it's occupied. and the vatican hasn't been receiving any rockets or missiles or anything. vatican plays a little more low key here. everyone will be watching to see what the palestinians do with their newfound status. but there are limits inside the general assembly, they can't even vote. they're always going to be on the minds of the u.n., middle east and some african issues predominate united nations history in terms of involvement despite everyone's effort to come to some sort of peace agreement. >> richard, don't go too far away. i want to stay with the breaking news right now. palestine recognized as a nonmember observer state by the united nations general assembly. a lopsided 138 to 9 vote, 41 abstentions. jill dougherty is standing by over at the state department. jill, that was a pretty tough speech as we're looking at live pictures
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